Brake Cooling Kit - Mk5 Toyota Supra
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The Verus Engineering Brake Cooling Kit is configured in an OEM style format, with emphasis on the shortest route possible. Using an OEM inlet, carbon fender transition duct, and a well-formed duct on the backing plate, this kit directs airflow into the center of the rotor. The inlet of the kit is a beautiful carbon duct that features a constant cross-sectional area that promotes and improves flow through the brake cooling kit. The kit comes with everything necessary for an install, including pre-cut hose.
During the design process; we utilized in-house scan data and CFD from the Supra. This resulted in a product that features a near OEM fit and finish.
The brake cooling kit was designed for owners looking to reduce brake fade and improve the thermal characteristics of the brakes on the Mk5 Toyota Supra.
WHAT IS INCLUDED
Backing Plate Including Carbon Duct, Right-Hand
Backing Plate Including Carbon Duct, Left-Hand
Carbon Fender Transition Duct, Right-Hand
Carbon Fender Transition Duct, Left-Hand
2.5" High-Temp Silicone Hose, Cut to Size (2)
Stainless Hose Clamp (4)
Carbon Fender Transition Ducts
Direct Air into the Center of the Rotor
Stainless Backing Plate Adds Even More Airflow into Center of the Rotor
OEM Type Install
Installs in a Few Hours With Minimal Hand Tools and Know-How
Short Routing to Maximum Cooling Efficiency
Integrated Ball Joint Shield
Stainless Backing Plate
100% Carbon Fiber, 2x2 Twill, Autoclave Cured Carbon Fiber Ducts
Pre-cut High-Temp Silicone Brake Duct Hose
All Necessary Hardware Included
By utilizing the high-pressure brake inlet airflow that is in place from the factory, capturing this air, and forcing it into the center of the rotor, we increase the cooling capacity of the factory and aftermarket brake system. The carbon fiber pancake duct keeps clearance with the wheel while ducting airflow to the high-temp silicone brake hose. The carbon duct on the backing plate and backing plate were both designed to increase airflow to the center of the rotor further improving cooling.